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removing warming resistors


By SUPERBEE

5 years ago



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#69 4 years ago

Sethbenjamin,

Here is the link to Marco for the entire board: http://www.marcospecialties.com/pinball-parts/B-11263 They also stock the 330 ohm and 5 ohm resistor that are on the boards. If you can do basic soldering it would be a lot cheaper to buy the missing resistors and solder them into the existing board. Here is the link to the resistors:

http://www.marcospecialties.com/pinball-parts/R10W5
http://www.marcospecialties.com/pinball-parts/R7W330

I restored both a Pin Bot and F-14 so I bought one new board and used it to swap out then repair the board that was removed then use that one to swap out the next and so on. If you check you may find those missing resistors in the bottom of the cabinet as they tend to get hot and then the resistor falls off the board into the cabinet. I found most of mine that were missing and only had to buy a few.

Hope this helps.

Al

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